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1 OF WATERWAY PERIMETER CONTROL LESS THAN / THE STREAM/RIVER STEEL FENCE POST ANCHOR TO LAND (TYP.) / DEPTH OF WATER PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0 WIDTH STREAM BANK TEMPORARY ROCK BERM BRIDGE ABUTMENT, CULVERT EXT., TEMPORARY FILL OR WORK AREA RIVER BANK WHERE FILL MEETS WATER SURFACE UNDERWATER ANCHOR (TYP. OF FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN) BUOY (TYP.) FT. MAX. ANCHORS IN WATER FOR FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN BUOY (TYP.) FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN OR TURBIDITY LAKE OR MARSH INSTALLATION GUIDELINES TURBIDITY 8 - IN. TEMPORARY ROCK BERM FOR SEDIMENT CONTROL MINIMUM WATER DEPTH: FT. SILT CURTAIN OR TURBIDITY MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH: FT. MAXIMUM WATER VELOCITY: FT./SEC. PERIMETER CONTROL FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN OR TURBIDITY PLAN VIEW FOR LAKE OR MARSH 7 INSTALLATION GUIDELINES FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN TYPE: STILL WATER INSTALLATION GUIDELINES FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN TYPE: MOVING WATER STEEL FENCE POST ANCHOR TO LAND (TYP.) STEEL TENSION CABLE AND CARRIER FLOAT BUOY (TYP.) MINIMUM WATER DEPTH: FT. MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH: 0 FT. MAXIMUM WATER VELOCITY: FT./SEC. MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT: FT MINIMUM WATER DEPTH: FT. MAXIMUM WATER DEPTH: 0 FT. MAXIMUM WATER VELOCITY: FT./SEC. MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT: FT. PLAN VIEW FOR STREAM 7 FT. TO 0 FT. CURTAIN DEPTH CARRIER FLOAT TSC_ PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_.dgn STEEL TENSION CABLE -/ INCH RIGID STEEL CONDUIT OR EQUIVALENT POST 9 CURTAIN DEPTH CURTAIN WEIGHT STEEL TENSION CABLE CURTAIN DEPTH FT. TO 0 FT. FT. TO 0 FT. CURTAIN WEIGHT CARRIER FLOAT, CONNECTED TO SLEEVE 8 WATER SURFACE 7 BOTTOM FLOTATION SILK CURTAIN -/ IN. SCH 0 PVC SLEEVE OR EQUIVALENT TO SLIDE FREELY OVER POST (EXTEND 8 IN. BELOW WATER SURFACE) LENGTH CURTAIN FABRIC BOTTOM LENGTH CURTAIN FABRIC ANCHOR CABLE WATER SURFACE ANCHOR FRONT VIEW FOR FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN STEEL FENCE POST AT FT. MAX. SPACING (0 LB. TENSILE) LOCATED IN TOP 8 IN. WATER SURFACE, 7 WIDE PLACE ROCK LOGS OR SANDBAGS FILLED WITH CLEAN SAND OR ROCK, SUFFICIENT TO HOLD FLAP IN PLACE BOTTOM AT EACH FENCE POST ANCHOR FT. FLAP OF GEOTEXTILE WITH SANDBAGS EXTEND 8 IN. ABOVE WATER SURFACE FT. MAX. WATER DEPTH FT. POST SEE SPECS. 7, 88, 887 & 89. FOR ANCHOR SPACING AND WEIGHT REQUIREMENTS, SEE SPEC. 7. IN AREAS WHERE THE PLAN CALLS FOR RIPRAP AT A BRIDGE, CULVERT, OR SLOPE, A TEMPORARY ROCK BERM CONSTRUCTED FROM THE RIPRAP CAN BE USED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PROTECTION. WHEN THE WORK IS COMPLETE THE RIPRAP CAN THEN BE MOVED TO THE PERMANENT LOCATION INDICATED IN THE PLANS. THE TEMPORARY ROCK BERM IS INCIDENTAL. ON U.S. COAST GUARD OR OTHER MOTORIZED WATERWAYS, BUOYS ARE REQUIRED TO MARK THE ENDS AND SPECIAL AREAS FOR VISIBILITY. PLACE BUOYS AS REQUIRED FOR NAVIGATIONAL PURPOSES. WATER DEPTH CAN BE 0 TO 0 FEET. THE DEPTH OF THE SILT CURTAIN VARIES. MINIMUM WATER DEPTH APPLIES TO THE DEEPEST ALONG THE FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN OR TURBIDITY FOR DETERMINING APPLICABILITY OF FLOTATION SILT CURTAIN OR TURBIDITY. SILT CURTAIN SHOULD BE REMOVED WHEN THE AREA CONTRIBUTING DIRECT RUNOFF HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY STABILIZED. SILT CURTAIN SHOULD ALSO BE REMOVED BEFORE WINTER IF ICE UP OR ICE IS ANTICIPATED. 7 EMBED POST INTO BOTTOM A MINIMUM OF 0% OF THE WATER DEPTH (INCLUDING WAVE HEIGHT), BUT IN NO CASE SHALL BE LESS THAN FEET. 8 ANCHOR FLOAT MUST BE CONNECTED SECURELY TO SLEEVE WITH A MINIMUM TENSILE STRENGTH OF 00 LBS. CONNECTION METHOD MUST ALLOW FOR SLEEVE TO MOVE FREELY ON POST. 9 PROVIDE SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF POST ANCHORS TO MAINTAIN SILT CURTAIN POSITION. SILT CURTAIN OR TURBIDITY ALTERNATE FLOTATION SILK CURTAIN TURBIDITY ( TYPE TB)

2 PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0 IN. X IN. X IN. LONG WOODEN STAKES. IN. X IN. X IN. LONG WOODEN STAKES STAKES SHALL BE DRIVEN THROUGH THE AS NEEDED. STAKES SHALL BE DRIVEN OVER BACK HALF OF THE SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG THE SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG AT AN ANGLE SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG AT AN ANGLE OF DEGREES WITH THE OF DEGREES WITH THE TOP OF THE SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG TOP OF THE STAKE ING UPSTREAM. STAKE ING UPSTREAM. BACKFILL AND COMPACT SOIL FROM 8 IN. - 0 IN. DEPTH TRENCH ON UPGRADIENT SIDE OF 8 IN. - 0 IN. DEPTH SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG PLACE SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG IN SHALLOW TRENCH ( TO IN. DEPTH) TYPES: WOOD CHIP, COMPOST, OR ROCK TYPES: STRAW, WOOD FIBER, OR COIR Sediment CONTROL logs WATER FT. COARSE FILTER AGGREGATE : SLOPE (TYP) CLASS I RIPRAP DITCH PROFILE FT. CLASS II RIPRAP DITCH PROFILE COMPOST, SLASH MULCH, OR TOPSOIL FT. DITCH PROFILE TSC_ PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_.dgn TWO IN. X IN. WOOD STAKES OR REINFORCING BARS IN EACH BALE EMBEDDED 0 INCHES MINIMUM IN THE GROUND. EMBED BALES IN. INTO GROUND 8 FT. TYPE (ROCK WEEPER) IN. METHOD BALE S TYPE IV GEOTEXTILE ALONG BOTTOM OF FILTER BERM CATEGORY EROSION CONTROL BLANKET ( FT. WIDE ) IN. STAPLES AT FT. O.C. BLANKET METHOD (ALTERNATE) FT. TYPE (ROCK) FILTER BERMS TYPE IV GEOTEXTILE ALONG BOTTOM OF FILTER BERM FT. TYPE (COMPOST), TYPE (SLASH MULCH), OR TYPE (TOPSOIL) SPACE BETWEEN STAKES SHALL BE A MAXIMUM OF FOOT FOR DITCH CHECKS OR FEET FOR SEE SPECS. 7, 9, 87, 88, 88, & 897. OTHER APPLICATIONS. PLACE STAKES AS NEEDED TO PREVENT MOVEMENT OF SEDIMENT CONTROL LOGS PLACED ON SLOPES OR AS NEEDED DUE TO OTHER FACTORS. STAKES SHALL BE INCIDENTAL. FOR PERMANENT DITCH CHECK REDUCE THE HEIGHT TO IN. AND MODIFY THE : (V:H) SIDE SLOPE TO : (V:H). TO BE USED FOR CRITICAL PERIMETER CONTROL AREAS WHERE STANDING WATER OCCURS ( INCH MAX. DEPTH). BALES SHALL CONSIST OF TYPE MULCH OF APPROXIMATELY IN. X 8 IN. X IN. LONG. BALES SHALL BE PLACED ON EDGE AND BUTTED TIGHT TO ADJACENT BALES. INSTEAD OF TRENCHING, PLACE BALE ON THE BLANKET AND WRAP BLANKET AROUND THE BALE. PLACE STAKE THROUGH BALE AND BLANKET. FILTER BERMS, SEDIMENT CONTROL LOGS, AND BALE S

3 BOTTOM OF UPPER CHECK SHOULD BE SAME PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0 "A" " "B" "A" ROCK DITCH CHECKS FILTER BERMS TYPE (ROCK WEEPER) OR FILTER TYPE (ROCK) TYPE IV (SPEC. 7) ALONG BOTTOM OF RIPRAP ELEVATION AS THE TOP OF THE LOWER CHECK TO PROVIDE FOR POOLING. SPACING (Y) DETERMINED Y BY FORMULA (SEE NOTES) DITCH CHECK SPACING (FOR ALL FILTER BERM TYPES) FILTER BERM TYPE OR (SHOWN) (FOR USE ON ROUGH GRADED AREAS) CATEGORY IN. X IN. X IN. LONG WOODEN STAKES AT FT. MAXIMUM " X " TRENCH BACKFILLED OVER "B" "A" ANCHORAGE TRENCH. BACKFILL WITH TAMPED NATURAL SOIL. IN. SPACING. STAKES SHALL BE DRIVEN THROUGH THE BACK HALF OF THE SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG AT AN ANGLE OF DEGREES WITH THE TOP OF THE STAKE ING UPSTREAM. SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG TYPE WOOD FIBER CATEGORY (8 FT. WIDTH) TSC_ PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_.dgn "B" STAKE 8", GA. STAPLES IN. SPACED 0" ON CENTER "A" SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG BLANKET SYSTEM STAPLE BLANKET IN ROWS WITH IN. STAPLES AT 8 IN. MAX. SPACING WITHIN ROWS AND FT. MAX. SPACING BETWEEN ROWS. LEADING AND TRAILING EDGE SHALL BE STAPLED APPROX. IN. FROM EDGE (TYP.) SEE SPECS. 7, 0, 7, 88, 88 & 889. APPROXIMATE SPACING BETWEEN EACH DITCH CHECK SHOULD BE DETERMINED FROM THE FOLLOWING SPACING FORMULA: APPROXIMATE SPACING OF DITCH CHECKS (FT.) = Y = DITCH CHECK HEIGHT (FT) % CHANNEL SLOPE "A" MUST BE A MINIMUM OF INCHES HIGHER THAN "B" TO ENSURE THAT WATER S OVER THE DIKE AND NOT AROUND THE ENDS. X 00 CLASS I - IV RIPRAP (SPEC. 0) WITH TYPE IV (SPEC. 7). PERMANENT ROCK DITCH CHECKS PLACED WITHIN THE CLEAR ZONE ARE TO BE 8" OR LESS IN HEIGHT. A : APPROACH AND DEPARTURE SLOPE SHALL BE PROVIDED. SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG TYPE WOOD FIBER, OR TYPE COMPOST (FOR USE ON ROUGH GRADED AREAS) DITCH CHECK

4 INLET SPECIFICATIONS AS PER THE PLAN DIMENSION LENGTH AND WIDTH TO MATCH FLAP POCKET /" THICK () STEEL COVER 8" " " DIAMETER POLYETHYLENE /" PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0 MINIMUM DOUBLE STITCHED SEAMS ALL AROUND SIDE PIECES AND ON FLAP POCKETS " 8" " " USE REBAR OR STEEL ROD FOR REMOVAL ( FOR INLETS WITH CAST CURB BOX REPLACE ROD WITH WOOD " X "). EXTEND 0" BEYOND GRATE WIDTH ON BOTH SIDES, LENGTH VARIES. SECURE TO GRATE WITH WIRE OR PLASTIC TIES ENDS SECURELY CLOSED TO PREVENT LOSS OF OPEN GRADED AGGREGATE FILL. SECURED WITH 0 PSI. ZIP TIE. BUTT JOINTS D=" " TUBE RISER TUBE RISER FILTER SOCK -0" " ADJUST LEVEL OF FILTER SOCK TO BE BELOW ROAD SURFACE ELEV..7" R 8" DIA. /" THICK () STEEL PLATE PERSPECTIVE VIEW /" THICK () STEEL PLATE FRONT, BACK, AND BOTTOM TO BE MADE FROM SINGLE PIECE OF FABRIC. W / D / W OVER HOLES (" X " HOLE SHALL BE HEAT CUT INTO ALL FOUR SIDE PANELS) ROCK LOG/COMPOST LOG D TUBE RISER FILTER BAG INSERT SECTION (UP POSITION) SECTION (DOWN POSITION) (CAN BE INSTALLED IN ANY INLET TYPE TSC_ PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_.dgn WITH OR WITHOUT A CURB BOX) TYPE 9 MULCH GROUND LINE FLANGES CATCH BASIN/ MANHOLE SEDIMENT CONTROL INLET HAT " 8" MN. POST " EMBODIMENT 0"-" : " : LENGTH POST " GEOTEXTILE (0 LB TENSILE) HOLDS GEOTEXTILE IN PLACE ON ALL POSTS TYPE 9 MULCH GEOTEXTILE ANCHORAGE LAY GEOTEXTILE UNDER TYPE 9 MULCH " OUT. MAX SPACING DROP INLET WITH GRATE POP-UP HEAD SEE SPECS. 7, 7, 88 & 89. MANUFACTURED ALTERNATIVES LISTED ON Mn/DOT S APPROVED PRODUCTS LIST MAY BE SUBSTITUTED. ALL GEOTEXTILE USED FOR INLET PROTECTION SHALL BE MONOFILAMENT IN BOTH DIRECTIONS, MEETING SPEC. 88. FINISHED SIZE, INCLUDING POCKETS WHERE REQUIRED SHALL EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 0 INCHES AROUND THE PERIMETER TO FACILITATE MAINTENANCE OR REMOVAL. INSTALLATION DO NOT PLACE FILTER BAG INSERT IN INLETS SHALLOWER THAN 0 INCHES, MEASURED FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE INLET TO THE TOP OF THE GRATE. THE PLACEED BAG SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM SIDE CLEARANCE OF INCHES BETWEEN THE INLET WALLS AND THE BAG, MEASURED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OVER HOLES. WHERE NECESSARY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CLINCH THE BAG, USING, TO ACHIEVE THE INCH SIDE CLEARANCE. FLAP POCKETS SHALL BE LARGE ENOUGH TO ACCEPT WOOD INCH X INCH OR USE A ROCK SOCK OR SAND BAGS IN PLACE OF THE FLAP POCKETS. SOCK HEIGHT MUST NOT BE SO HIGH AS TO SLOW DOWN WATER FILTRATION TO CAUSE FLOODING OF THE ROADWAY. GEOTEXTILE SOCK BETWEEN -0 FEET LONG AND - INCH DIAMETER. SEAM TO BE JOINED BY TWO ROWS OF STITCHING WITH A PLASTIC MESH BACKING OR PROVIDE A HEAT BONDED SEAM (OR APPROVED EQUIVALENT). FILL ROCK LOG WITH OPEN GRADED NOTE: THE SEDIMENT CONTROL SHALL BE A METAL OR PLASTIC/POLYETHYLENE RISER SIZED TO FIT INSIDE THE CATCH BASIN/MANHOLE; HAVE PERFORATIONS TO ALLOW FOR WATER INFILTRATION; HAVE AN OVER OPENING, RING AND ROCK FILTER BERM USE WHERE INLET DRAINS IN AN AREA WITH SLOPES AT : or LESS AGGREGATE CONSISTING OF SOUND DURABLE PARTICLES OF COARSE AGGREGATE CONFORMING TO SPEC. 7 TABLE 7-; CA- GRADATION. STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION FLANGES AND A LID/COVER.

5 PUBLIC ROAD PUBLIC ROAD PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0 LENGTH = SEDIMENT TRAP SURFACE RADIUS AS REQUIRED SLASH MULCH, CRUSHED ROCK, SHEET PAD, OR OTHER PER SPECIFICATION. 0 FT LENGTH = SEDIMENT TRAP SURFACE RADIUS AS REQUIRED RUMBLE PAD 0 FT SLASH MULCH, CRUSHED ROCK, SHEET PAD, OR OTHER PER SPECIFICATION. ENTRANCE WIDTH ENTRANCE WIDTH AS REQUIRED AS REQUIRED SLASH MULCH, CRUSHED ROCK, OR SHEET RUMBLE PAD PAD CONSTRUCTION EXIT CONSTRUCTION EXIT 7 7 TSC_ PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_.dgn HIGH STRENGTH (TWO LAYERS SEWN TOGETHER TO FORM POCKETS) TRAFFIC " DIA. HIGH TENSIL REINFORCED MATERIAL SHEET PAD DEPTH OF TO CRUSHED ROCK OR SLASH MULCH (TYP.) TAPER EDGES AT : (TYP.) TAPER EDGES AT : CORRUGATED STEEL PANELS CROSS SLOPE % OR FLATTER DEPTH OF TO CRUSHED ROCK OR SLASH MULCH MIN COMPACTED SOIL RUMBLE PAD SEE SPECS. 7 & 88. MINIMUM LENGTH SHALL BE THE GREATER OF 0 FEET OR A LENGTH SUFFICIENT TO ALLOW A MINIMUM OF TIRE ROTATIONS ON THE PROVIDED PAD. MINIMUM LENGTH SHALL BE CALCULATED USING THE LARGEST TIRE WHICH WILL BE USED IN TYPICAL OPERATIONS. PROVIDE RADIUS OR WIDEN PAD SUFFICIENTLY TO PREVENT VEHICLE TIRES FROM TRACKING OFF OF PAD WHEN LEAVING SITE. IF RUNOFF FROM DISTURBED AREAS S TOWARD CONSTRUCTION EXIT S, PREVENT RUNOFF FROM DRAINING DIRECTLY TO PUBLIC ROAD OVER CONSTRUCTION EXIT BY CROWNING THE EXIT OR SLOPING TO ONE SIDE. IF SURFACE GRADING IS INSUFFICIENT, PROVIDE OTHER MEANS OF INTERCEPTING RUNOFF. IF RUNOFF FROM CONSTRUCTION EXITS WILL DRAIN OFF OF PROJECT SITE, PROVIDE SEDIMENT TRAP WITH STABILIZED OVER. IF A TIRE WASH OFF IS REQUIRED THE CONSTRUCTION EXITS SHALL BE GRADED TO DRAIN THE WASH WATER TO A SEDIMENT TRAP. MINIMUM LENGTH OF RUMBLE PAD SHALL BE 0 FEET, OR AS REQUIRED TO REMOVE SEDIMENT FROM TIRES. IF SIGNIFICANT SEDIMENT IS TRACKED FROM THE SITE, THE RUMBLE PAD SHALL BE LENGTHENED OR THE DESIGN MODIFIED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL VIBRATION. WASH-OFF LENGTH SHALL BE AS REQUIRED TO EFFECTIVELY REMOVE CONSTRUCTION SEDIMENT FROM VEHICLE TIRES. 7 MAINTENANCE OF CONSTRUCTION EXITS SHALL OCCUR WHEN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF " INPLACE GROUND SEDIMENT REMOVAL HAS BEEN REDUCED. MAINTENANCE SHALL CONSIST OF REMOVING SEDIMENT AND CLEANING THE MATERIALS OR PLACING ADDITIONAL MATERIAL (SLASH MULCH OR CRUSHED ROCK) OVER SEDIMENT FILLED MATERIAL TO RESTORE EFFECTIVENESS. SLASH MULCH OR CRUSHED ROCK CONSTRUCTION EXITS

6 PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0, IN. WIDE FABRIC ANCHORAGE TRENCH. BACKFILL WITH TAMPED NATURAL SOIL IN. FT. LENGTH POST IN. AT FT. MAX. SPACING (0 LB. TENSILE) LOCATED IN TOP 8 IN. SEE OPTIONAL METHOD DETAIL FT. POST COARSE FILTER AGGREGATE IN. TYPE HI (HAND INSTALLED) IN. OPTIONAL METHOD, IN. WIDE TIRE COMPACTION ZONE MACHINE SLICE 8 IN. - IN. DEPTH FT. LENGTH POST AT FT. MAX. SPACING (0 LB. TENSILE) TYPE MS (MACHINE SLICED) LOCATED IN TOP 8 IN. FT. POST, IN. WIDE FABRIC ANCHORAGE TRENCH. BACKFILL WITH TAMPED NATURAL SOIL STAPLES (TYP.) IN. FT. LENGTH POST AT FT. MAX. SPACING IN. TYPE PA (PREASSEMBLED) 8 IN. POST ROADWAY SHOULDER FUTURE BRIDGE ROADWAY SHOULDER FUTURE BRIDGE ROADWAY SHOULDER FUTURE BRIDGE EMBANKMENT WRAPPED AROUND TOE OF EMBANKMENT BRIDGE END SLOPE : TYP. EMBANKMENT TO MEET SAND BAG BRIDGE END SLOPE : TYP. SAND BAG FT. HIGH ADJACENT TO WATER COURSE. EXTEND 0 FT. BACK FROM TOE OF END SLOPE. EMBANKMENT TO MEET SHEETING EMBANKMENT OR WORK ROAD END SLOPE : TYP. TEMPORARY SHEETING ADJACENT TO WATER COURSE. EXTEND 0 FT. BACK FROM TOE OF END SLOPE. ONLY WITH SAND BAGS INSTALLATION AT BRIDGE EMBANKMENT ADJACENT TO WATER WITH SHEETING TSC_ PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_.dgn CONSTRUCTION LIMITS MINIMUM POSSIBLE TURNING RADIUS = 0 (MAY BE LARGER WITH LARGER EQUIPMENT) 900 DISTRURBED SOIL, WORK AREA DRAINS TO STREAM WITH 0-0% SLOPE GRADE CONSTRUCTION LIMITS NEAR TOE OF SLOPE AND OUTSIDE OF CONSTRUCTION LIMITS SEE SPECS. 7, 9 & 88. : TYPICAL LOCATION AT TOE OF ROADWAY EMBANKMENT COARSE FILTER AGGREGATE (SPEC. 9) SHALL BE INCIDENTAL. TO PROTECT AREAS FROM SHEET. MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTING AREA: ACRE. < ROADWAY TO PROTECT AREAS FROM SHEET. MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTING AREA: 0. ACRE. WATER COURSE VELOCITY: STANDING. CONTRIBUTING SLOPE AREA:./ ACRE. STREAM BANK OR WATER COURSE VELOCITY: TO 7 FT./SEC. CONTRIBUTING SLOPE AREA:. ACRE. WATER COURSE VELOCITY: 8 TO FT./SEC. CONTRIBUTING SLOPE AREA: ACRES. STREAM BANK OR PLAN VIEW PERSPECTIVE VIEW J-HOOK INSTALLATION

7 TYPE MS (MACHINE SLICED) PLOTTED/REVISED:-OCT-0 CRITICAL ACCESS AREA TYPE MS (MACHINE SLICED) CONTAINMENT ACCESS ROCK PAD (MINIMUM "DEPTH BY HAUL TRUCK LENGTH AND WIDTH LONG) ACCESS 8 BUFFER MINIMUM, AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER STOCKPILE SEDIMENT CONTROL OR STEEP SLOPE WIRE OR THREE OR STEEP SLOPE METAL FENCE POST WIRE OR CURB AND GUTTER PROTECTION SYSTEM METAL FENCE POST TSC_7 PATH & FILENAME: IP_PWP:d79\temporary_sediment_control_7.dgn PROFILE VIEW CABLE RING TOP VIEW (SUPER DUTY) WITHOUT LOOP BARS WIRE OR (0 LB. TINSILE) TEMPORARY PORTABLE PRECAST CONCRETE (SEE STANDARD PLATE 87) REBAR BETWEEN LOOP BARS IN. WIDE OR STEEP SLOPE DITCH PROTECTION SYSTEM SEE SPECS., 7 & 88. USED TO PROTECT S FROM SHEET, AND AREAS WHERE OTHER S CANNOT BE INSTALLED. MAXIMUM CONTRIBUTING AREA: ACRE. PLACE ALONG A CONSTANT ELEVATION. CAN UTILIZE EITHER A CONCRETE, OR WATER FILLED, TEMPORARY MEDIAN. PLACING S NEXT TO AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE AREA IS NOT RECOMMENDED. WHEN THERE ARE NO FEASIBLE ALTERNATIVES, PLACE SD AS SHOWN OR AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER. PLACE GEOTEXTILE TO IN. UNDER S INCLUDE WETLANDS, JUDICIAL DITCHES, STREAMS, WATER BODIES, AND OTHER AREAS REQUIRING PROTECTION. TOP VIEW PERSPECTIVE VIEW (SUPER DUTY) WITH LOOP BARS

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